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submitted by Litchfield Women’s Club The Litchfield Women’s Club (LWC) is off to a fabulous start this fall and encourages other women in the community to join them at their next meeting on Tuesday, November 8 at the Litchfield Middle School library at 7 pm. The new LWC year kicked off with an open house in mid-September at Stage Crossing Clubhouse, which featured a wine talk and tasting by Paula Doucette from Bella Vino Specialty Wines and Gourmet in Windham. In October, LWC met at its usual location,

the Litchfield Middle School library, and participated in PumpkinFest in Hudson and enjoyed a delicious five-course gourmet luncheon at Pickity Place in Mason. Come November, you’ll see LWC members cleaning a section of Charles Bancroft Highway during the first weekend of the month and hosting their annual blood drive on Saturday, November 12 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Griffin Memorial School. Please consider donating on this day as the need for blood becomes critical during the very busy holiday season. In December, LWC invites the community to join them once again as they bring Santa’s Workshop to the townspeople. This is a wonderful opportunity for young ones to greet Santa Claus as he arrives by fire truck at 9 a.m., visit with the jolly fellow for list sharing and photo opps and enjoy a hearty all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast

LWC does Pickity Place – left to right, Treasurer Barb Gilbert,

Robin Deschene, Eileen Cotter,

Sunshine Chair Renee Charette, Co-President

Pamme Boutselis,

Membership Chair Lori Martin and Co-President Jean White

from 8 to 11 a.m. at the Litchfield Middle School. Each year, there are games and crafts for kids, a ton of bountiful baskets to take a chance on and much more. Did you know that all proceeds from

LWC events are distributed directly back to those in Litchfield through community donations to our schools, library, other nonprofits and families in need? We have also awarded over $20K in scholarships throughout the years to deserving Litchfield graduates of area high schools. Wondering what LWC is all about? The club is a nonprofit community service organization for women of all ages and interests. The focus is on community

(service and getting to know others in the community as well), scholarship (working hard and succeeding in school) and friendship (meeting women of all ages from Litchfield and beyond). We work together to make our community a better place, sharing our time and talents with the town and each other while making new friends and having a good time. Would you like a firsthand look at LWC? “Like” us on Facebook, follow our blog at, or simply come to a meeting and see for yourself. Please email litchfieldwomensclub@gmail. com with any questions you may have.

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Javier Martinez working on his T- shirt about the book, Te Lightning Tief

Caedran Sullivan sharing her T-shirt about Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

submitted by Griffin Memorial School Mrs. Ashe’s fourth grade class at Litchfield’s Griffin Memorial School held its first Reading Celebration on Tuesday, October 18. Reading Celebrations happen in her class at least every other month. A Reading Celebration is a time for students to read for enjoyment and to share what they are reading with others. The celebrations are a unique way for students to make reading special, as well as to see what kind of behaviors adults exhibit as readers. Each Reading Celebration has a theme. This first Reading Celebration followed the theme of “Back to School and Back to Books.” Students had to decide on a favorite book and make a design for a t-shirt that would advertise their book ahead of time. On the day of the celebration, they made their t-shirts with the help of their teachers and many parent volunteers. They also read an excerpt from their favorite book with their classmates and wore their t-shirts around school the following day to share with other students. As the year goes on, they will continue to enjoy other Reading Celebrations, with themes such as “Hibernation Day,” “Beach Day,” “Poetry Day,” and many others.

Whole class wearing their T-shirts

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Michelle Freeman working on her t-shirt about her favorite book, A Door in the Lake

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